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10 items from 2010


Running Dialogue #20: Black Swan, The Tourist, and Four Lions

11 December 2010 6:33 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In our latest installment of our ongoing podcast series, Running Dialogue, Russ, Curt, and I discuss Black Swan, The Tourist, and Four Lions.  All three of us talk about Black Swan and our various issues with the film.  Russ and I talk The Tourist and how it fails and then Curt and I talk about Four Lions and how it succeeds.  Since I was the only one of us who saw all three films, I proclaim myself the King of all Movies for all-time.

Click here to listen to the new episode.  Also, you can hit the jump for a list of all the movies we’ve recommended so far. Finally, click here to add Running Dialogue to your RSS feed.

Running Dialogue #20 – Black Swan, The Tourist, and Four Lions

Curt – Dracula: Pages from a Virgin’s Diary Matt – The Red Shoes

Russ – Videodrome

Running Dialogue #19 – Harry Potter and the »

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Running Dialogue #19: Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows – Part 1, The Next Three Days, and 127 Hours

20 November 2010 10:58 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In the latest installment of our ongoing podcast series, Russ, Curt, and I discuss Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and The Next Three Days.  Also, since it’s finally expanding to the greater Atlanta area, we talk about Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours.  While all three of us liked these movies, we each had our own particular qualms.  We also go into spoiler territory on Deathly Hallows at the end of the episode, so be sure you listen after you’ve seen the movie if you want to get Russ’ thoughts on particular deus ex machinas in the movie as well as my issue regarding the unclear nature of one character’s fate.

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- Matt Goldberg

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Take Three: David Warner

2 November 2010 8:28 PM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Craig here with Take Three.

Today: David Warner

Heads, brains and faces, skewed or distorted, are the prominent concerns with today’s Take Three supporting actor David Warner: the lopping off, the removal of, and the obsessively creepy staring, respectively, are what it's all about. In The OmenFrom Beyond the Grave and The Man with Two Brains Warner thrilled us in a delightful and devious manner. He's an ideal actor for Halloween season.

Take One: I'm starting with the Man in the Mirror

Double-dealing, in particular, was the name of the game in ‘The Gate Crasher’, the first segment of Kevin Connor’s 1973 Amicus portmanteau film From Beyond the Grave. Warner was Edward Charlton, who surely lived to regret the snagging of an ancient, dubiously prescient mirror from shopkeeper Peter Cushing at a cut-price cost. Warner plays Charlton as cocky and belligerent one minute, and fearfully seized up the next. »

- Craig Bloomfield

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Running Dialogue #18: The Walking Dead

31 October 2010 5:53 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

Happy Halloween!  This latest installment of our ongoing podcast is about all things zombies as Russ, Curt, and I talk about The Walking Dead.  We discuss the first two episodes of AMC’s new series (the season premiere airs tonight; read Ethan’s review here), the appeal of zombies, what makes The Walking Dead shamble apart from other zombie properties, and other matters of the undead.

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Running Dialogue #18 – The Walking Dead

Curt – I Walked with a Zombie and Not Quite Hollywood Matt – Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks Russ – American Grindhouse

Running Dialogue #17 – Jackass 3D, Red, and Catfish

Curt – Topkapi Matt – Beauty and the Beast (1991) Russ – (anti-recommendation!) Paranormal Activity

Running Dialogue #16 – 2010 Fall Movies, »

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Running Dialogue #17: Jackass 3D, Red, and Catfish

20 October 2010 9:37 AM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In the latest installment of our ongoing podcast series, Running Dialogue, we talk about two new films and one that’s been out for a few weeks but is worth some discussion.  When it comes to Jackass 3D, we had a fun conversation since I was new to the series and Russ and Curt had seen the movies and the show.  We all tried to muster some enthusiasm for Red, but each had our own problems with the film.  Finally, although Russ hadn’t seen it, he was cool with Curt and me discussing Catfish.  We save that discussion for the end since we go into heavy spoilers and you should try going into that film knowing as little as possible (but do go into it since Curt and I agree that it’s a great movie).

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- Matt Goldberg

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Running Dialogue #16: Fall Movie Preview and More

14 September 2010 8:25 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In the latest installment of our ongoing podcast series, Russ, Curt, and I take a look ahead at some of the films coming out over the rest of the year.  While there’s overlap between some of the films we talk about and those on my 15 Most-Anticipated list, we also discuss David O. Russell’s The Fighter and the festival sensation The King’s Speech.  Finally, we go on a bit of a tangent as Curt gives his thoughts on the first six episodes of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, and Russ talks about the incredible-sounding Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse live/undead-experience.

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Running Dialogue #16 – 2010 Fall Movies, Boardwalk Empire, and the Atlanta Zombie Apocalypse

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Running Dialogue #15: The American, Centurion, and Machete

9 September 2010 8:16 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In this week’s installment of Running Dialogue, we discuss three movies about folks serving up healthy dishes of murder to other folks: Anton Corbijn’s The American, Neil Marshall’s Centurion, and Robert RodriguezMachete.  Of the three films, The American is a film that demands to be discussed due to its quiet and contemplative nature, and after talking it out with Russ and Curt, I liked the movie even more.  Our discussion of Machete also led to a conversation about this summer movie season and how most of the big films disappointed but the smaller films like Exit Through the Gift Shop and Get Low were worth checking out.

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Running Dialogue #15 – The American, »

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Running Dialogue #14: Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World and The Expendables

15 August 2010 1:45 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

This week in our on-going podcast, Curt, Russ, and I discussed two of this weekend’s big movies, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and The Expendables.  It was fun talking Scott Pilgrim because each of us came at our first viewing from a different place in relation to the books.  Curt hadn’t read the books, Russ had read all but the final volume, and I had read all six.  While the site has gone mad with Scott Pilgrim coverage, I think you’ll want to hear what Curt had to say since he was someone unfamiliar with the series going in.  We also talked Expendables, but that was a shorter conversation since only Russ and I had seen it (Curt went to see Eat, Pray, Love instead, and you can listen to his Creative Loafing podcast about here).

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Running Dialogue #12: In Which We Discuss The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and The Last Airbender (Special Guests: Debbie Michaud and Besha Rodell)

1 July 2010 1:54 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

In this new episode of Running Dialogue, we discuss this week’s two big movies: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and The Last Airbender.  For Twilight, we are joined by Creative Loafing Atlanta editors Debbit Michaud and Besha Rodell.  We talk about the new movie being the least terrible one so far, the guilty pleasure the series provides but also its sexism, and the downright creepiness of the final book in the series, Breaking Dawn.  Then Curt, Russ, and I have a discussion about M. Night Shyamalan’s wretched The Last Airbender.  Curt and I advocate for the series, but we’re all forced to wrestle with the awfulness of the film adaptation.

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Running »

- Matt Goldberg

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Running Dialogue Double Feature: Eps. #10 and #11 in Which We Discuss Splice, Get Him To The Greek, Jonah Hex, and Toy Story 3

29 June 2010 12:41 PM, PDT | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

For fans of our podcast Running Dialogue, I would like to apologize for not posting these on time.  Our fantastic producer, Alejandro Leal, has been delivering them on time, but I’ve fallen behind.  With this in mind, I hope you’ll accept our two most recent episodes together in one article.  In Episode 10, we discuss Splice, Get Him to the Greek, and talk about the repercussions of MGM’s financial meltdown.  Episode 11 has us talking Toy Story 3, Jonah Hex, and the dearth of quality films so far this summer.  As always, my partners in crime are Curt Holman of Creative Loafing Atlanta and Russ Fischer of /Film.

I’ve also included a list of all the movies we’ve recommended so far after the jump.  Click here to listen to Episode 10 and click here to listen to Episode 11.  Finally, click here to add Running Dialogue to your RSS feed. »

- Matt Goldberg

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